• By Nancy Wiser on December 3, 2013

    Negatives don’t come easily to me. I’m the eternal optimist and “glass half-full” kind of person. However, even I admit negatives have their place–in headlines and teasers, that is. Studies show that negative headlines earn higher
  • By Nancy Wiser on November 16, 2013

    Seeing 5-year-old Miles Scott live out his dream as Batkid yesterday in San Francisco was heartwarming–a celebration of love and human triumph. The whole city celebrated this amazing little boy’s victory over leukemia. As I soaked in
  • By Nancy Wiser on November 9, 2013

    It’s always exciting as you wait to walk into the grand hall for the opening session of a large professional conference. There are friends you haven’t seen for some time and the anticipation of hearing that one bit of information you
  • By Nancy Wiser on November 1, 2013

    The weather was blustery yesterday and expected to get worse as the bewitching time for all the costumed goblins and ghouls approached. In fact, the weather map was downright scary. For that reason, many Central Kentucky city and county
  • By Nick on October 31, 2013

    by Nick Brock Regardless of political affiliation or feelings about the Affordable Care Act, we can all agree on one thing: The launch of the program’s website was a disaster that could have been easily avoided. I have taken it upon myself to